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Arthritis in Horse


Arthritis in Horse is a progressive joint inflammation due to trauma or wear and tear, leading to erosion of articular joint cartilage. Arthritis in Horse affects mainly weight-bearing joints. Risk of Arthritis in Horse increases with every passing year, especially if he's retired to an inactive life- style-making him more prone to a misstep.

There are two kinds of Arthritis in Horse: the sneaky kind Arthritis in Horse wherein the joints are lightly puffy but no sores, wherein and the obvious kind Arthritis in Horse wherein joint's been traumatized or infected, so is sore enough to cause lameness

Symptoms of Arthritis in Horse

Slight puffiness in lower-leg joints initiates Arthritis in Horse. Stiff, choppy gait when you first begin work but improves on warm up, overall reluctance to move. After exercise, Arthritis in Horse patients may exhibit either slight lameness or have an obvious limp. Other signs of Arthritis in Horse include changes in performance such as a decline or changes in the horse’s general attitude.

When these signs are present, it is important to have the horse examined for Arthritis in Horse. Diagnostic tests for Arthritis in Horse may include observation as the horse performs various gaits, X-rays, joint fluid analysis, and ultrasound. If problem areas are found, further fluid samples, X-rays and ultrasounds may be used to know the extent of Arthritis in Horse.

Once Arthritis in Horse is confirmed, treatment should be based upon the severity of the disease and the amount of work the horse is expected to perform. Sometimes a basic treatment of stall rest and ice packs will help reduce inflammation and swelling resulting from Arthritis in Horse. In severe cases of Arthritis in Horse, surgery is required to clean affected joints or even fuse them together. Use of drugs in Arthritis in Horse treatment to bring pain relief and reduce inflammation Dimethyl sulfoxide applied topically to reduce swelling and inflammation resulting from Arthritis in Horse.

Non-steroidal anti-inflamatories such as naproxen- given orally or injected to block pain and reduce inflammation due to Arthritis in Horse. NSAIDs - temporary relief from Arthritis in Horse.
sodium hyaluronate, which can be injected into the joint to provide relief from Arthritis in Horse.
Adequan - injectible drug that promotes healing and protects cartilage from further damage is polysulfated glycosaminolglycan Arthritis in Horse.